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U.S. support for the war in Iraq is waning, and the face of the anti-war movement is changing.
On this edition, we take a look at where the anti-war movement is heading. We hear from Iraqis and Iraqi Americans who share their views on the war, and find out how the state of Wisconsin is using its political pull to bring the troops home from Iraq.
Phyllis Bogan, grandmother of correspondent Mitch Jeserich; Monami Maulik, founder, Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM); Paul Reickoff, Iraq War veteran, founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America; Sara Flounders, anti-war activist, co-director of the International Action Center; Eman Ahmed Khamas, Iraqi human rights advocate, member of Women’s Will; Dr. Enas Mohamed, board member, Iraq Community Center; Sureya Sayad, Kurdish human rights activist; Lucy Alhachami, Iraqi American against the war; Dennis Coyer, Troops Home Now Coalition; Steve Burns, co-chair, Madison, Wisconsin Green Party, Program Coordinator for the Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice; Ann Habel, Madison Election Official; Janet Parker, Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice; Ben Manski, attorney, fellow with Liberty Tree Foundation for the Democratic Revolution; Mark Miller, Wisconsin State Senator.
Senior Producer/Host: Tena Rubio.
Correspondents: Mitch Jeserich, Miae Kim, Sarah Grace Turner.
For more information:
DRUM: Desis Rising Up and Moving – Jackson Heights, NY
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America – New York, NY
International Action Center (IAC New York) – New York, NY
Code Pink – Venice, CA
Iraqi Community Center of Seattle
Wisconsin Network for Peace and Justice – Madison, WI
Liberty Tree Foundation for the Democratic Revolution
Social Justice Center – Madison, WI